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Varun Sivashankar


Life


Life is full of difficulties,
And tugs to pull you down,
But unless you face your problems,
You will be left alone to frown.

Try to follow your heart's aim,
No matter what the problems are,
Don't worry if your goal,
To you looks rather far.

That is what life is all about,
To reach your heart's aim,
And if you don't reach it,
You too will feel some shame.

If you fail give another try,
Live life to the fullest,
And whatever you do,
Give it your very best.

Submitted: Sunday, March 03, 2013
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